In the Washington Times, Stephen Moore explains how legal immigrants contribute to our economy.
At Harpers, Kevin Baker presents the left’s critique of New York City for “being probably a wealthier, healthier, cleaner, safer, less corrupt, and better-run city than it has ever been.” The same can be said for most of those other cities seen as recent urban success stories, from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, Atlanta to Portland, Oregon.
From Forbes.com, Brian Domitrovic says central banks have an intimate connection to warfare.
On CNBC, Dan Mitchell discusses the impact of tax cuts.
HuffPo reveals how the beverage industry defeated the food police in California.